Many of the world's top car manufacturers compete in F1. The cars are capable of speeds up to around 360 km/h (225 mph), are turbocharged, and rev to up to 15,000 RPM. A Formula One race is typically 305 km (190 miles) in length and lasts around one and a half to two hours.
According to figures released by management, the 2020 season had a cumulative TV audience of 1.5 billion, compared to 1.9 billion in 2019; an average of about 90 million viewers per grand prix. Fans were unable to attend the events in-person due to restrictions relating to the COVID-19 pandemic until late in the 2021 season. The 2022 Australian Grand Prix saw the most people ever, with an estimated 419,114 people in attendance over the course of the three-day race weekend; the previous record was held by the 2021 United States Grand Prix with 400,000 attendees.
- MAX VERSTAPPEN (pictured right) LEADS A RED BULL 1-2 FINISH AT THE 2022 SPANISH GRAND PRIX DESPITE AN EARLY SPIN. Charles Leclerc and Ferrari lose championship leads after mechanical failure.
- Charles Leclerc (pictured below right) takes pole position for the 2022 Spanish Grand Prix. Max Verstappen and Carlos Sainz, Jr. qualify in second and third, respectively.
- Charles Leclerc leads in FP3 of the 2022 Spanish Grand Prix, followed by Max Verstappen then George Russell.
- Charles Leclerc leads in FP2 of the 2022 Spanish Grand Prix, followed by George Russell and Lewis Hamilton.
- Fastest in FP1 of the 2022 Spanish Grand Prix was Charles Leclerc, followed by Carlos Sainz, Jr. and Max Verstappen.
- MAX VERSTAPPEN (pictured right) WINS THE INAUGURAL 2022 MIAMI GRAND PRIX. The Ferrari duo of Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz, Jr. finish second and third, respectively.
- Charles Leclerc takes pole position for the 2022 Miami Grand Prix. Carlos Sainz, Jr. and Max Verstappen qualify in second and third, respectively.
- Sergio Pérez leads Charles Leclerc and Max Verstappen in FP3 at the 2022 Miami Grand Prix.
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